The Norfolk Cheese Company in Downham Market is featured on BBC's Escape to the Country
A popular artisan cheese shop from Downham was featured on BBC's Escape to the Country, as they wrapped up filming in Downham this week.
Presenter Jules Hudson took couple Tracey and Jason to Norfolk to see what the county had to offer.
He praised the "spectacular landscapes" of one of the UK's "flatter counties".
Jules took the pair to Downham to explore West Norfolk and in particular Nina Narramore's cheese shop.
He said:"Downham's buildings are made of carrstone, it's gingery hue has given it the nickname the gingerbread town.
"Locals are encouraged to set up stalls, which some have turned into a new business, Nina is one of those people."
Tracey said to Nina: "Your shop looks really lovely and really inviting from the outside, I think it will do really well."
Husband Jason was in agreement, he said: "It's certainly the sort of shop we would come to.
"I think like a lot of people we've gone from shopping in bigger shops to shopping locally."
The pair eventually decided to take another look at Norfolk with extended family.
They said: "We've seen what kind of life we could have, but will come back with Tracey's Mum and the kids."
Nina said: "Earlier this year we were lucky enough to be filmed for Escape to the Country.
"Lots of our customers will recognise the places in Norfolk as lovely couple choose their dream home.
The Norfolk Cheese Company, ran by Nina opened it's doors earlier this year.
After a successful market stall the business owner decided to extend her craft into a shop on the Downham High Street.
The shop sells a range of cheeses that can't always be found at the supermarket, alongside eclectic dog treats, rainbow pasta and more.
One of their latest cheese is the Alp Blossom which is covered in flowers.
The creation would be a delight for any adventurous cheese lovers.